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Bernard Hughes

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Bernard Hughes is a composer and writer, based in London.

Articles By Bernard Hughes

Two-Piano Gala, Kings Place review - five pianists, two pianos, too many pieces

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Black British Musical Theatre 1900-1950, Wigmore Hall review – a disappointing missed opportunity

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First Person: theartsdesk writer Bernard Hughes on composing for the BBC Proms

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Esfahani, Gibson, Manchester Collective, BBC Proms review – variety, but not always in proportion

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Voces8 Live from London Summer online review - choral excellence and more besides

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BBCNOW, Bancroft, BBC Proms review – American music from across the spectrum

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Never to Forget, Spitalfields Festival review – moving musical tributes to lost care and health workers

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Royal Northern Sinfonia, Sage Gateshead online review – a grab bag of players’ favourites

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Coote, Philharmonia, Gardiner, Southbank Centre online review - English masterworks

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Booth, Nash Ensemble, Wigmore Hall online review - contemporary music programme lacks diversity

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Greig, I Fagiolini online review - poetry and music to redeem a damaged world

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Castalian Quartet, Stoller Hall, Manchester online review - mercurial playing fits a varied programme

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Ibragimova, Davies, Sampson, Arcangelo, Wigmore Hall online review – baroque masterpieces played with verve

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Gabrieli Consort, McCreesh online review - joyous Bach Christmas Oratorio

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Voces8 LIVE from London online review part 2 – an assortment box of Christmas choral treats

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Voces8 LIVE from London online review - a cracking choral Christmas

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